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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i I WOODEINCWmE When you buy Cooking Utensils, it pays to get the Right Article for each purpose Every housewife, knows the convenience and satisfaction this means For chopping bowls, bread boards, rolling pins, and similar nr- wooden ware excels everything else. C. W. GRAY "The Best Hardware House." YOU CAN PROFIT BY READING OUR ADS BEFORE BUYING YOUR GROCERIES LOOK AT THESE SPECIALS A car load of all No. i quality Washington apples and only (ho choicest varieties, Bought at a very low price. This car is oil. tho (rack and are unloading today, varieties, Wagners, Roman Licati- ties, Jonathans, Black Twigs, ..Bald wins. Spies, Xing Davids and others. .Special until Xnias .per CHSO .......___............ CAPE COD CRANBERRIES to clear per Ib.............................. JERSEY CRANBERRIES, extra quality NEW MIXED NUTS, per pound lOc 15c 20c ROYAL MIXED CANDY, Two pounds for...... NO. 1. JAP ORANGES; a shipment nrrlv- ing this week; guaranteed, per box... FCAflMAN'S rEAMEALT BACON, Spoclal, per Ib.................. OKA CHEESE, SPECIAL tf Per 49C THE GOOD COMPANY High Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail Grocery Dcpt. 525 Whokial. Dept. 1271. SALE Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Boys' Own, Girls' Own, Chums, Chatterbox And all the best books Make your selections early ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block Door Weit cf Union Bank Asenti for Royal and Office Suppllei Lcthbridgc, clear Calgary, clear..........., Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw, clear i QuUppelle, cloudy Winnipeg, clear........ Kamloops, clear Grand Forts f BattJeford, clear Swift Current, clear .35 30 36 10 22 New Books For Xm as 46 28 30 j Regina, clear 37 14 The weather lias been very mild in Alberta and most oi Saskatchewan and temperatures hove riseu in Mani-; toha. j FORECAST: Western Fair and mild tcday. BRUSHES We have proved that last weekVindueement was appreciated. We again offer 10% off for this week only. See our Military Brushes with Case. Price........___ Nothing like it for value. See them at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL MAKE SOMEBODY HAPPY WITH A KODAK Home memories that are cherished most are of the great home Better than mere metnorv 'though is tho pictured story of the family reunion, the happy children the gay young folks, the grown up hoys and girls back home again The pictures taken with the Christmas Kodak will give pleasure the whole year round and for all the years to come IT JACKSON CO, CITY AND DISTRICT District Court Tomorrow The District Court open tomqr-i Judge Winter; presiding. The docket is a sniali An Excellent Poit J. T. Graham, the West- ern Auto Co., Ltd., of this city, for the past two and a half years, who handles Stu-debaker autcs.has ap-1 pointed travelling' salesman 'for the' Stmlebaker ;Cqrporatica of Canada, covering Alb'erta and Eastern B.C. Mr. Graham's 'duties are to appoint deal- ers and agents' throughout the terri- ory mentioned arid look after he interests of the Sludebafcsr Co. .s an automobile specialist, Mr. Gra- am has achieved remarkable success, nd the Studebaker Co. are to be con- ratulatcd on securing his services. Rhmyet of a Rolling Stone. By Robert Service. Corporal Cameron. By Ralph Connor. The Black Creek Shopping Place, Nellie JlcClung. Cease v" By Mary Johnston. The Long' Patrol. By H. A. Cody. The Lost By Cpnan Doyie. And many others. Get the fiction at The RH Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Third Stafford Village Elections The election of councillors for the village of Stafford will late place ou .Monday next, tbe Kith lust. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Just Arrived A Car-Load of TRUNKS, BAGS, TRAVELLING BAGS, FITTED SUIT CASES AND FANCY LEATHER GOODS Suitable for Christmas Gifis The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Successors'to The Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Lethbridge Hotel Mixed Farming Pays A. W. Jenssu, of Aetna, is a firm eliever in the raising of niilch stock-. IT. Jensen. In an interview with the lerald today slated that he lias just old forty-three'head of milch stock, which he brought recently from Moim-! tain, Ont. Mr. Jensen sold the stock at forty dcllars per and says j that the bulk of the stock will be I cows next spring. .Mr. Jensen intends to make a specialty of shipping milcii! stock from Ontario, and disposing of j same throughout Albevtn, as he thinks this will prove of benefit 10 the farm-j men who have their eyes open to j the real nee-fls in this direction. Mix-; ed farming will also be part or Mr.; Jensen's programme. Catholic Association Officers j The annual meeting of the Catholic! Young- Men's association was held last j night in St. Patrick's church, at which j the annual reports for ilia year j v-ere presented. Tho following were j officers elected: Hon. president, Pat Burns, Calgary; president, IX J. f HcCorinick; vice-president, F. Kenny-, i treasurer, T. Long; secretary, A. R j Cormier, The reports show that the association has had a very successful 'ear, and the members ami officers re looking forward to even a more uccessful season in The mem- lership has been increasing, and the monthly meetings, which are held en the second Sunday of every month have been largely uttendad of late. IE. IN DOUBT WHAT TO GIVE .'.FOB CHIJLSTMAS Take a look at our window. We'll solve tho doiilil. J. D. Higinbothara Co., Ltd. Mr. Lessard in City H. L. Lessard, of Edmonton, spent Sunday hi the citj- on a business tour throughout the south. .Medicine Hat Visitors W. Cousins, H. L. Tweed, and P. O Slssons, three prominent Medicin -Hat business men, spent Sunday in the city An Unfortunate Young Man The police have under their care a young man whom they suspect to be insane.. He was remanded this morn- ing for eight days in order to allow a niedlcal examination to made. Pig Breeding R. W. Pilling, Spring Coulee, who is in .the city today, is a great advocate of mixed farming and stock-raising. Mr.'Pilling states, that he will have shortly tour hundred well-bred pigs ready for breeding purposes. ..Was in Gay lu police court this morning, George Slockett was fined three and costs or fifteen days for being drunk and fighting on Saturday evening at the Pie knocked one man out old; and, was proceeding to clean out he establishment wlien taken in tow. After the Capitalist Comrade j. R. Knight, of Edmonton, ddressed a large audience in the lonarch Theatre hist night on labor roubles, and strongly criticised the peration of the trusts and capitalists f the present day in their attitude to- the working man. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Visited Local Branch .1. G. Whiteacre, western manager of the .Mason Risch piano, with head quarters nt Vancouver, was in the city today, consulting 'with Mr. JUeCaw, the local manager of the company in connection with the new llascn I'.isch store to be opened on Fifth street. SPECIAL XMAS .PRICES Ontario Apples, Ibs.. for 25c Mixed Peel, per Ib. 20C Choice Table Raisins, per pound 20c. New Nutt all kinds per Ib 20c Choice New Dates, ner 10c. Ontario Applet, per bbl. B. C. SUGAR, .Per sack B. C. Onions, for ....25e. Cabbage, 6tbE. for Carrots, Bits, for i0c. Poiatocs, for.......ioc.' Turnips, 1211... for 10ej Creamery Buttol-, ..40c'! The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. south J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terriiii PHONE 174 Severe Weather Coming. Be Pre- pared. HEATERS for all Buildings, from Cottage Rooms to Assembly Halls, Schools or Shops Fairy Oaks, Dandy Oaks, Oak Treasures, Home Oaks, Hot Blast, Imperial Oaks, Station Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd i CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDQE BUSINESS LOCALS Phone GSR the Messenger Service for pro'npt and delivers. Get measurctl for your suit or over- coat this week" and we can guarantee delivery before Xnias. Kingston, tailor, TOi'i-Srd Ave. S. REX TRANSFER, Phone C70, onice t Alberta Saddlery, opposite Coaldale Jpyable smoker in Unity "xhL hand organs in unlay night, which was largely at-jfect condition, tor sale cheap. Mason tended, and proved as pleasant as j Rlseh .Ltd., Dominion Block. gatherings under these ausr-iczs N'OTICE.-VThe Mason ft Risch, tys are. L. L. Asquith. president. {Ltd., will move into their new store i.-n c- in a tew days. Kentish "Boys" Smoker New Leader St. Mary's Choir Mr. H. G. Kilner has taken over the leadership of St. .Mary's Church choir. The choir will meet tor prac- ice under his direction on Wednesday night, at 8 o'clock. It is hoped that every member 'n-ili attend on this oc- casion, and they are also asked to turn up punctually. Boys' Sunday Club The meeting of the Boys' Sunday club yesterday afternoon was largely attended. Rev. A. C. Watson ad- dressed the boys, and George -Mitford, the popular tenor, sang a soio with fine effect. The meeting next Sun- day will bs addressed by Dr. Lover- ing BOOKS! BOOKS! Nothing is Quite so suitable for 'a present as a good book WE HAVE EVERYTHING IN- LATE FICTION, BOYS' BOOKS GIRLS' BOOKS TOY BOOKS STANDARD WORKS, ETC. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel. Dlspcnslna Chemist. _ Phone 1487 was in the chair, and there was a Jolly I at 404 5th st. S.. In a programme of eong, which helped keep everyone entcrtaiiud. aiid.wheu! Preached in Knox Church jit was all over tbe boys voted it onej Rev. Win. jlc.Vifhol. of Clarosholm, I of the best yet. Ther.; was an abun- i occupied ,the nulpit of Knox Church dance of tobacco, and the spirit of i at tath services yesterday, and preach good comradeship prevailed. Tbc Her-lei etieciively. Mr. McNiobol's ser-i aid's fund for Mrs. Corry's Christmas I inon last evening, dealt with "The j treat for kiddles who will not otber-1 Plumbline." in which he referred lo.! wise be provided for -was heartily ap- proved, and a collection taken np'net- SI2.00, which has been credited lo Its use in material structure as being j two-fold, for erecting perpendiculars, i and for the destruction of walls the fund. The Kentish association is j buildings that bad deflected from the doing a splei.did work among the "ex-. perpendicular. from tin- old county, and Hie worthy mr.tto is "Help one another." Mr. Asquith is president, and Fred Kobins is the energetic and nover llr- BORN Stirling, en Tuesday, Dec. 5. to Mr. and Mrs. W. Munro. j principal Slirllus School, a son. Mr. Dobbin's Father Dead Word was received in tbe city yes- terday morning that Mr. Dobbin, fa- tlier of W. R. Dobbin, American con- sular agent, died at bis home in State Centre, on Saturday night. The deceased was over eighty years of age, and was unable to Tviths'tand the ravages of an attack of pneumonia. 51-r. Dobbin was at his father's bed- side at tbe end. Miners Vote Tomorrow Tomorrow will be a big day in all the mining camps in District Xo. IS, U.M.W. of A. Polling takes place all day in every local for the officials of the union for the ensuing year. The results will not be known for three or four days, ljut it is the general opin- ion that the present officers will he re-elected by a large mapority. Gillespie's Smoker Tbe Gillespie smoker In the Ma- jestic Saturday night was only fair- ly well attended. Saturday night not being a good one for campaign meet- ings. There was a good time, and the of the police force pre- sented Mr. Oillespie with a loving cup as a token of appreciation. 5 to 1 FOR A KEY! If you alrcadj-ha-A-o hacl'a try for this Buck's Happy Thought Range We Avill give you. free, on presentation of envelope, live more. We really want lo present someone with tliis Range for Christmas. Company Lcthbridge Street South FENCING SEND US YOUR ORDERS BARB WIRE TWO OR FOUR POINT FLAT OR ROUND BARBS PLAIN OR TWIST WIRE GALVANIZED STAPLES LARGE STOCK QUICK SHIPMENTS Orders from (he trade especially solicited WE ARE AGENTS FOR PITTSBURG PERFECT WOVEN WIRE FENCING FAIRBANKS-MORSE OIL TRACTORS AND GASOLINE ENGINES J. B. Turney Company SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR Builders and Contractors, Mines d Phones 755 andI 1755 Lelhbrldge Alfatrta. 1245 2nd Ave. S ;